The Law of the Sea Treaty created a supranational organization to regulate what is done with and under the international seabeds.
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This is a detour, and we have to get around it. Time is not on our side, and Saddam is running out the clock.
One of the most important post-9/11 efforts made to counter terrorism and the spread of weapons of mass destruction is President Bush's Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI).
Oil imports and the dark cloud they cast over this country requires dramatic and immediate attention. When that prolonged oil crisis occurs, Americans will pay anything because they will have no choice. Why wait until a catastrophe strikes to get truly serious about addressing the problem.
Decisions in most of LOST's agencies - and especially its Tribunal - will be made on the basis of majority rule. Each country will have one vote.
The more we are consuming oil that either comes from places that are bent on our destruction or helping those who are... the more we are enabling those who are trying to kill us.
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